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O‘ahu moves into Tier 4 allowing larger group sizes outdoors and improved operations
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O‘ahu moves into Tier 4 allowing larger group sizes outdoors and improved operations

Social gatherings up to 25 people allowed outdoors

News Release from City and County of Honolulu, June 11, 2021

HONOLULU – Mayor Rick Blangiardi and the City and County of Honolulu announces it has received approval of its newly modified framework and move into an expanded Tier 4, effective immediately. The move allows social gatherings of up to 25 people at outdoor venues, including at parks and beaches. The group size for indoor social gatherings remains at 10 people.

“We continue to make solid progress as a community in our fight against COVID. At this point vaccinations are key to easing restrictions, and hopefully ending the tier system altogether,” said Mayor Rick Blangiardi. “We are in this fight together, and if you have yet to get your vaccination, I strongly urge you to do so as soon as possible.”

For vaccine information and to find a vaccine provider convenient for you please visit: https://www.oneoahu.org/vaccine

Tier 4 modifications include:

  • Social gatherings outdoors allowed with up to 25 people
  • Social gatherings indoors allowed with up to 10 people
  • Indoor organized sports are allowed; spectators are allowed at up to 33% capacity (subject to Dept. of Parks and Recreation permitting and availability of the facility)
  • Commercial recreational boating allowed without capacity limit (restaurant/bar rules apply if food/beverage consumption is allowed)
  • Social establishments such as dance/nightlife/karaoke are allowed up to 50% capacity if all attendees are tested or show proof of full vaccination
  • Outdoor weddings are allowed with up to 200 people
  • Indoor events such as concerts, meetings and conventions are allowed with a mitigation plan and 50% capacity if all attendees are tested or show proof of full vaccination
  • Outdoor events at venues with defined capacity limits are allowed with a mitigation plan, 33% capacity or 67% capacity if all attendees are tested or show proof of full vaccination
  • Outdoor events at venues without defined capacity but have controlled ingress and egress are allowed with a mitigation plan, at 30 individuals per 1,000 square feet or 60 individuals per 1,000 square feet if all attendees are tested or show proof of full vaccination
  • Arcades are allowed without capacity limit (restaurant/bar rules apply if food/beverage consumption is allowed)
  • Road races and triathlons allowed with a permit, starting group size subject to gathering size limit

For more detailed information on the movement to Tier 4, please view the City and County of Honolulu’s Reopening Strategy.

The City’s COVID-19 information call center remains open every day from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., except on holidays. O‘ahu residents are encouraged to visit the website, oneoahu.org for more information on proclamations, emergency orders, business resources, and financial and housing assistance programs in the City and County of Honolulu. If they do not find what they are looking for on the site, residents can call the 768-CITY (2489) information hotline or email covidresponse@honolulu.gov.

—PAU—

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